Most tourists arriving in Douala or Yaoundé; the two largest airports in Cameroon, before continuing their treks in the equatorial rainforest South-Cameroon where await them expatriation and adventure. Here the gorillas or the chimpanzee dispute the forest with the pygmies, considered as the oldest inhabitants of Cameroon. In the giant equatorial forest where live the Pygmies Bakas, musicians in the soul. Immerse yourself in the universe of these little men who will perform for you their ritual dance Buma which describes their life among the animals of the forest. You will have the opportunity to participate in their village activities. Located in the province of East Cameroon, the Lobéké National Park, which is part of the Congo Basin, is located in the extreme south-east of Cameroon. It covers an area of 217,854 ha. Created on March 19, 2001, the management of the Park is part of the cross-border conservation initiative, known as the Tri-National Sangha (TNS). It is a priority biodiversity conservation landscape that includes, in addition to the Lobéké National Park, the protected areas of Dzangha-Sangha (RCA) and Nouabalé-Nkoki (Congo Brazzaville). Lobéké has a network of marshy clearings especially on the eastern flank of the park, it offers Safari enthusiasts to film elephants, gorillas, chimpanzees monkeys, thanks to the watchtowers available in the Park, located near the natural salt marshes ( or berries) to observe animals.